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Dec
14
Thu
2017
General Monthly Meeting: Annual Auction & Holiday Event! @ St. Stephen's Pecore Hall @ 1805 W. Alabama,
Dec 14 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
General Monthly Meeting: Annual Auction & Holiday Event! @ St. Stephen's Pecore Hall @ 1805 W. Alabama,

Houston Sierra Club Outings
Thursday, December 14 at 7:00 PM

The event opens at 7:00 PM. Everyone is welcome.Doors will be open early for those that want to help set up. DECEMBER GENERAL MEETING:Holiday Celebra…

General Monthly Meeting: Annual Auction & Holiday Event

Thursday, Dec 14, 2017, 7:00 PM

St. Stephen’s Pecore Hall
1805 W. Alabama Houston, TX

0 Members Attending

The meeting opens at 7:00 PM, and the program starts at 7:30 PM. Everyone is welcome.DECEMBER GENERAL MEETING:Annual Auction and Holiday Event

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Dec
20
Wed
2017
Central City Co-Op Farmer’s Market @ Central City Co-Op (Inside Kindred Church)
Dec 20 @ 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Central City Co-Op Farmer's Market @ Central City Co-Op (Inside Kindred Church) | Houston | Texas | United States

All About Central City Co-Op

In September 2001, Jennifer Georgantas and Pat Greer dreamed of a community of people joining together each week around healthy, earth-friendly food. This dream became a reality 15 years ago with the founding of Central City Co-Op, Houston’s very first organic co-op.

Organic Produce, Organic Community
Our mission is to support sustainable, chemical free farming practices through offering both 1) sustainably raised local and 2) certified USDA organic national produce and farm goods to our community at the fairest prices possible.

Everything we carry on our shelves and stock in our shares is either locally, sustainably grown by farmers we know or is nationally-certified USDA organic. Both are great options for you and for our planet!

Central City Co-Op also provides a space for individuals to come together as a community. We support every member of our community in their journey to learn more about where their food comes from, how it’s produced, and how the local economy is impacted by food choices.

In short, we make our best effort to feature produce from local sources that embrace compassionate and chemical-free growing—and the little that isn’t local is still nationally-certified USDA organic. We believe everyone should have access to organic produce at reasonable prices.

A bit more…

Visit us in every Wednesday inside Kindred Church at 2515 Waugh Drive. Take a tour with a volunteer to see us first hand!

Shop with us in our open market on Wednesday, or pre-order a share on our online store (by 6 pm Sundays for Wednesday pickup).

Non-members can pre-order their first share in person on Wednesday with the members-only 10% discount (one time only). After that, individuals must become a member to receive the discount.

Learn even more about Central City Co-Op in our FAQs.

Bay Area Sierra Club Meeting: Holiday Party, Bring a Vegetarian Covered Dish @ Bay Area Community Center
Dec 20 @ 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Bay Area Sierra Club Meeting: Holiday Party, Bring a Vegetarian Covered Dish @ Bay Area Community Center

Houston Sierra Club Outings
Wednesday, December 20 at 6:30 PM

Bay Area meetings are on 3rd Wednesday of the month, and start at 6:30pm for social hour; speaker and discussion from 7-8:30 pm. December Meeting Prog…

Bay Area Sierra Club Meeting: Holiday Party

Wednesday, Dec 20, 2017, 6:30 PM

Bay Area Community Center
5002 East NASA Parkway Seabrook, TX

2 Members Attending

Bay Area meetings are on 3rd Wednesday of the month, and start at 6:30pm for social hour; speaker and discussion from 7-8:30 pm.December Meeting Program:Holiday Party. Further details when available.

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Dec
27
Wed
2017
Central City Co-Op Farmer’s Market @ Central City Co-Op (Inside Kindred Church)
Dec 27 @ 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Central City Co-Op Farmer's Market @ Central City Co-Op (Inside Kindred Church) | Houston | Texas | United States

All About Central City Co-Op

In September 2001, Jennifer Georgantas and Pat Greer dreamed of a community of people joining together each week around healthy, earth-friendly food. This dream became a reality 15 years ago with the founding of Central City Co-Op, Houston’s very first organic co-op.

Organic Produce, Organic Community
Our mission is to support sustainable, chemical free farming practices through offering both 1) sustainably raised local and 2) certified USDA organic national produce and farm goods to our community at the fairest prices possible.

Everything we carry on our shelves and stock in our shares is either locally, sustainably grown by farmers we know or is nationally-certified USDA organic. Both are great options for you and for our planet!

Central City Co-Op also provides a space for individuals to come together as a community. We support every member of our community in their journey to learn more about where their food comes from, how it’s produced, and how the local economy is impacted by food choices.

In short, we make our best effort to feature produce from local sources that embrace compassionate and chemical-free growing—and the little that isn’t local is still nationally-certified USDA organic. We believe everyone should have access to organic produce at reasonable prices.

A bit more…

Visit us in every Wednesday inside Kindred Church at 2515 Waugh Drive. Take a tour with a volunteer to see us first hand!

Shop with us in our open market on Wednesday, or pre-order a share on our online store (by 6 pm Sundays for Wednesday pickup).

Non-members can pre-order their first share in person on Wednesday with the members-only 10% discount (one time only). After that, individuals must become a member to receive the discount.

Learn even more about Central City Co-Op in our FAQs.

Jan
3
Wed
2018
Central City Co-Op Farmer’s Market @ Central City Co-Op (Inside Kindred Church)
Jan 3 @ 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Central City Co-Op Farmer's Market @ Central City Co-Op (Inside Kindred Church) | Houston | Texas | United States

All About Central City Co-Op

In September 2001, Jennifer Georgantas and Pat Greer dreamed of a community of people joining together each week around healthy, earth-friendly food. This dream became a reality 15 years ago with the founding of Central City Co-Op, Houston’s very first organic co-op.

Organic Produce, Organic Community
Our mission is to support sustainable, chemical free farming practices through offering both 1) sustainably raised local and 2) certified USDA organic national produce and farm goods to our community at the fairest prices possible.

Everything we carry on our shelves and stock in our shares is either locally, sustainably grown by farmers we know or is nationally-certified USDA organic. Both are great options for you and for our planet!

Central City Co-Op also provides a space for individuals to come together as a community. We support every member of our community in their journey to learn more about where their food comes from, how it’s produced, and how the local economy is impacted by food choices.

In short, we make our best effort to feature produce from local sources that embrace compassionate and chemical-free growing—and the little that isn’t local is still nationally-certified USDA organic. We believe everyone should have access to organic produce at reasonable prices.

A bit more…

Visit us in every Wednesday inside Kindred Church at 2515 Waugh Drive. Take a tour with a volunteer to see us first hand!

Shop with us in our open market on Wednesday, or pre-order a share on our online store (by 6 pm Sundays for Wednesday pickup).

Non-members can pre-order their first share in person on Wednesday with the members-only 10% discount (one time only). After that, individuals must become a member to receive the discount.

Learn even more about Central City Co-Op in our FAQs.

Jan
4
Thu
2018
Climate Change Reading Group @ Axelrad Beer Garden
Jan 4 @ 6:30 pm

Image result for houston sierra clubWhat does climate change mean for Houston? More Harvey-like severe weather events, more devastating storm surge, more energy use dependent on fossil fuels, wider spread tropical disease, or more heat index days and ozone? If you are interested in learning about climate change and identifying ways Houstonians can make a difference, then join the Houston Sierra Club reading group dedicated to climate change. The reading group will meet every month to discuss an article, book excerpt, or podcast related to climate change, with special focus on Houston. There will be four meetings at Axelrad Beer Garden at 6:30 PM. Each date has a specific theme:

10/5 Climate Change Overview
11/2 Climate Change in Texas
12/7 Solutions, Houston Style
1/4 Imagining the Future

The group will be limited to 15 people, and attendees will receive a confirmation and link to online assignments before the end of September. Be a part of this informative reading group by RSVPing online.

Jan
6
Sat
2018
Marysee Prairie Work Day
Jan 6 @ 9:30 am – 12:30 pm
Marysee Prairie Work Day

Houston Sierra Club Outings
Saturday, January 6 at 9:30 AM

The Marysee Prairie is one of the last remnants of tallgrass prairie in the Big Thicket region. Come assist the Texas Land Conservancy in this ongoi…

Marysee Prairie Work Day

Saturday, Jan 6, 2018, 9:30 AM

220 County Road 2077
220 County Road 2077 Hull, Te

1 Members Attending

The Marysee Prairie is one of the last remnants of tallgrass prairie in the Big Thicket region.Come assist the Texas Land Conservancy in this ongoing effort to revive and maintain the native grasses and wildflowers on this site near Batson, Texas.  Work tasks vary by month, but involve controlling the regrowth of woody species and keeping the pra…

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Jan
8
Mon
2018
Young Adult Sustainability Proposal Deadline
Jan 8 all-day

Image result for sierra club houstonDid you start an environmental club? Do you organize a recycling effort at your school, in your neighborhood, or in the broader community? Are you involved in habitat restoration, urban gardening, or environmental design?

Houston Sierra Club wants to hear from you.  This is your opportunity to share your sustainability efforts with like-minded individuals. They are looking for young, energetic, passionate young people from high school to college to make short presentations about their sustainability accomplishments at their general meeting on Thursday, February 8, 2018. (1805 W Alabama in Pecore Hall of St Stephen’s Church near Woodhead in Montrose.)

Presenters will receive a Sierra Club certificate of recognition for their presentation, a gift card, and a one year membership to the Sierra Club. Presentations should be in slide format with images.  Duration of the presentation should be between 7 and 10 minutes long. Proposals for your presentation are due by Monday, January 8, 2018, to iamespike@gmail.com. For more, please view their YA Call for Presenters August 2017 flyer (Doc)

Jan
10
Wed
2018
Central City Co-Op Farmer’s Market @ Central City Co-Op (Inside Kindred Church)
Jan 10 @ 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Central City Co-Op Farmer's Market @ Central City Co-Op (Inside Kindred Church) | Houston | Texas | United States

All About Central City Co-Op

In September 2001, Jennifer Georgantas and Pat Greer dreamed of a community of people joining together each week around healthy, earth-friendly food. This dream became a reality 15 years ago with the founding of Central City Co-Op, Houston’s very first organic co-op.

Organic Produce, Organic Community
Our mission is to support sustainable, chemical free farming practices through offering both 1) sustainably raised local and 2) certified USDA organic national produce and farm goods to our community at the fairest prices possible.

Everything we carry on our shelves and stock in our shares is either locally, sustainably grown by farmers we know or is nationally-certified USDA organic. Both are great options for you and for our planet!

Central City Co-Op also provides a space for individuals to come together as a community. We support every member of our community in their journey to learn more about where their food comes from, how it’s produced, and how the local economy is impacted by food choices.

In short, we make our best effort to feature produce from local sources that embrace compassionate and chemical-free growing—and the little that isn’t local is still nationally-certified USDA organic. We believe everyone should have access to organic produce at reasonable prices.

A bit more…

Visit us in every Wednesday inside Kindred Church at 2515 Waugh Drive. Take a tour with a volunteer to see us first hand!

Shop with us in our open market on Wednesday, or pre-order a share on our online store (by 6 pm Sundays for Wednesday pickup).

Non-members can pre-order their first share in person on Wednesday with the members-only 10% discount (one time only). After that, individuals must become a member to receive the discount.

Learn even more about Central City Co-Op in our FAQs.

Jan
11
Thu
2018
General Monthly Meeting: Program to be announced @ St. Stephen's Pecore Hall @ 1805 W. Alabama,
Jan 11 @ 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm
General Monthly Meeting: Program to be announced @ St. Stephen's Pecore Hall @ 1805 W. Alabama,

Houston Sierra Club Outings
Thursday, January 11 at 7:30 PM

The doors open at 7:00 PM, and the program starts at 7:30 PM. Everyone is welcome. JANUARY GENERAL MEETING: program to be announced

General Monthly Meeting: Program to be announced

Thursday, Jan 11, 2018, 7:30 PM

St. Stephen’s Pecore Hall
1805 W. Alabama Houston, TX

0 Members Attending

The doors open at 7:00 PM, and the program starts at 7:30 PM. Everyone is welcome.JANUARY GENERAL MEETING:program to be announced

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